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Welcome to our School

Maynards Green Community Primary School is situated in a peaceful, rural setting adjacent to the beautiful Cuckoo Trail. Its buildings, extensively renovated in 2006, are clean, bright and smart and are further enhanced by attractive displays of children's work. There are currently 218 children on roll.

Children enjoy coming to school and parents find the school a safe and inspirational environment. The team of experienced staff quickly get to know the children and their families and work particularly hard to make learning interesting and enjoyable. 
Children come first at Maynards Green School. We have a strong commitment to the care and nurture of our children and believe that when children are happy and feel safe, they are then free to learn and enjoy all aspects of school life.  They make good progress, and the standards in English, Maths and Science are consistently higher than those reached by similar schools both locally and nationally. 

We offer a very rich learning experience for our children, both in and outside of the classroom. We use our extensive grounds at every opportunity and children enjoy many educational visits and visitors to the school to enrich their learning.

Visits to the school are welcome at any time of the year. Please telephone the school on 01435 812622 to arrange a mutually convenient date and time.

Thank you and I look forward to showing you our wonderful school!

Simon Hughes, Headteacher

VISIONS, ASPIRATIONS & AIMS

School vision

Our vision at Maynards Green Primary School is to provide an outstanding and inspirational school in the heart of our community - striving for excellence and developing the full potential of every child in all areas of learning.

School aspirations

  • a culture of high expectations and aspirations in all areas of school life with the quality of teaching, learning and assessment for all pupils being outstanding;
  • all pupils making significant and sustained progress in all areas of learning relative to their starting points;
  • confident and self-assured learners demonstrating excellent attitudes to learning which strongly impact on their progress;
  • pupils who value their education, arrive on time and rarely miss a day of school;
  • pupils who thrive through the promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and their physical & mental well-being;
  • pupils who benefit from effective safeguarding;
  • pupils who are well supported through the effective engagement of parents, carers and other stakeholders of the school.

School aims

  • to provide an atmosphere of trust and understanding in which children feel happy, safe and fulfilled in all aspects of school life
  • through the provision of quality learning experiences, to encourage children to develop a thirst for knowledge, adopt positive ‘can do’ attitudes and develop a sense of pride in their achievements
  • to prepare children for life-long learning by helping them to develop lively, enquiring minds, encouraging them to use their initiative and to develop self-confidence and self-discipline
  • to help children learn that courtesy, good manners and consideration for others are important qualities
  • to instill in children respect for religious and moral values and tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life
  • to help children understand the world in which they live and how best to care for the environment in all its diversity
  • to work with parents to help children maximise their potential in all areas of learning and to make rapid and sustained progress
  • to create a community in which each child, and each staff member, is treated as an important individual.

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    24 September 2020
    Newsletter - No.2 September 24th
    Dear Parents & Carers, Please find attached the latest school newsletter. Best wishes School Office
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    8 September 2020
    Newsletter - No. 1, Sept 8th 2020
    Dear Parents & Carers, Please see attached for our first newsletter of the year. Best wishes School Office
 

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